First-season trainer John Size passed another milestone yesterday when he scored his first Hong Kong double with Chief's Fortune and Winning Dragon, taking him to the magical 12 winners for the season. The week began last Sunday with Electronic Unicorn's brave second in the Hong Kong Mile and ended on a good note, if a couple of classes lower. 'I've met the criteria now, that's 12 wins, so at least I know I'll keep my licence,' Size quipped after watching Winning Dragon scoot clear in the colours of Electronic Unicorn for an impressive victory in race five, at his second start. The trainer took his strike rate back up over 20 per cent with the son of Snippets, who gave Robbie Fradd an armchair ride in winning and was eased down well before the line. 'He has learnt to race very quickly this horse,' Size said. 'He has the speed to put him in the race, he switches off and travels kindly until his jockey asks him to go again. 'For an inexperienced young horse, he is a pretty efficient athlete. The Snippets breed has done well I believe in Hong Kong, they obviously like it here and he should make a decent sort of sprinter.' Winning Dragon was having his first start for seven weeks yesterday, since his debut run, and Size is again in no hurry to run him too soon. 'I gave him a good break since the first run and I don't want to rush him into his next race either,' he said. 'He likes to race fresh and I don't want to ask too much of him anyway. He has a long way to go in his career so there would be no sense pushing him at this stage.' Despite the ease of yesterday's win, Size harbours no desire to stretch Winning Dragon's distances. 'I think 1,200 metres is probably his trip,' he said. At the other end of the scale, Chief's Fortune (Shane Dye) was having his 48th start yesterday for just his second win, this time at 2,200 metres. After being confounded by the pace of his recent races, Chief's Fortune found a tempo to suit him yesterday when Kingdom Of Gold and Lead To Win set a ferocious lead pace. Dye sat back patiently and brought Chief's Fortune into the race late to bolt in by 3.25 lengths. 'Chief's Fortune waited a long time for that win but certainly made the most of it when it happened,' Size said. 'He looked good today with the pace on and a nice ride. Whether he can look like that every week, I have my doubts, but you have to give him his due. He had a bit of luck today, everything fell into place and he was good enough to take advantage of his luck.' Fellow Australian, jockey Dwayne Dunn, was virtually left in charge with honest sprinter California Kid and made no mistake on the David Hayes-trained gelding in the opening race. 'David has gone back to Australia for Christmas so he left me to it,' Dunn said. 'I planned to either lead or sit off Sai Kung Star if he went quickly and he did. California Kid deserved that. He is a genuine sort even though it was his first win, he just needs everything to go right for him.' Dunn had to survive a protest from John Egan on the runner-up, Huge Hope, despite a margin of almost two lengths. 'Actually I was a bit surprised at the protest and I was never that concerned,' Dunn said. 'My bloke held them all down the straight. They had their chance to beat him. Hopefully, he will be one of those horses who, once he's broken through to win one is able to win again.' Dunn and Size combined for the trainer's third runner at the meeting yesterday, Mega-Fighter, who had to settle for second place in the second race. 'Actually, he didn't have the best of luck in the middle stages and probably had to come into the race a bit early because of it. He ran well and might have given John three winners in other circumstances,' Dunn said. 'At least now we know he is not just a wet tracker.'